Research Article

Serum Ferritin Is Associated with Metabolic Syndrome and Red Meat Consumption

Figure 1

Serum ferritin (a) and TIBC (b) distribution in Maestranza Diesel workers (MD) and blood bank donors (BB); the number of individuals analyzed corresponds to and , respectively. Dashed line indicates the cutoff between iron overload and normal iron levels, in terms of serum ferritin and total iron binding capacity, respectively.